REDDING, Calif. – A 7-month-old baby was saved when fishermen pulled the child and her mother out of the Sacramento River, Friday morning. 
According to Redding Police officials, officers responded to a medical assist call around 11:15 a.m. in the area of Park Marina Drive under the Cypress Avenue Bridge. The caller reported finding the child and her mother floating in the river. 
When medical aid arrived they transported the 7-month-old baby to Mercy Medical Center where she was stabilized and then flown to UC Davis. The baby is expected to make a full recovery. 
Officials reported that when the fishermen pulled the pair out of the river the baby was not breathing and extremely cold. One boat passenger, David Meister, 61, of Livermore, provided CPR to the baby and was able to revive her. Redding police said that without the fishermen the mother and child would have both died. 
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